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House Of Cards III: The Final Cut (1995)
Starring: Diane Fletcher, Ian Richardson, Nick Brimble
Category: Drama, Suspense / Mystery
Studio: BBC Home Video
200 mins



Urquhart is Back!

Ian Richardson (From Hell, M. Butterfly) returns as malevolent statesman Francis Urquhart in this acclaimed finale to the Masterpiece Theater trilogy that began with House Of Cards and continued in To Play The King.

Now Prime Minister, and nearing the end of his term, Urquhart plans to let international events help him to a luxurious retirement. But he finds himself caught in someone else's power play, and for the first time he is unable to see a way out. Will he outwit his enemies one last time, or will his long career end in disgrace and defeat?

Brilliantly adapted by Andrew Davies (Pride And Prejudice, Bridget Jones's Diary), from Michael Dobb's best-selling novel, this satirical trilogy took home a primetime Emmy, a Peabody, two BAFTAs and a Broadcasting Press Guild Award.